The Island Smart Guide, 2010, self-published

5.8 x 8.4 in., 34pgs
Keywords: Public place, Aurora effect, Seven-ways Interchange, Island,
Triangle zone, Fictitious guide book, Narrative study, Times Ten

This is a fictitious travel guide book for a "physical narrative."
One of the Chicago Transit (Blue Line) subway stations is located in
the middle of a seven-way intersection. Inspired by this location,
this guide book depicts the subway station as a tropical island,
while representing the uniqueness and diversity.

By taking the form of a generic travel guidebook, this book invites
the audience to experience the fantasy, The gradation creates an
aurora effect, which emphasizes the surreality.